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Dallas-Fort Worth

Colliers Dallas
Park Seventeen
1717 McKinney Avenue
Suite 900
Dallas, Texas 75202

Main: + 1 214 692 1100
Fax: + 1 214 692 7600

Colliers Fort Worth 
1200 Summit Avenue 
Suite 504 
Fort Worth, Texas 76102 

Main: + 1 817 335 5600
Fax: + 1 817 335 9203 

Steve Everbach
President l
Central Region  

Social Responsibility

Commitment to Community

We take an active role in the community through work with charitable and community organizations. Since 2011, Colliers has officially adopted a charity each year. Colliers Dallas-Fort Worth's charitable partner for 2015-2017 is Vogel Alcove. The mission of Vogel Alcove is to provide the youngest children of homeless families with the foundation for success. Colliers supports this mission in a variety of ways, including  donating money, time, and fundraising.


Colliers will hold their 4th annual fundraising event to benefit Vogel Alcove at TopGolf in Dallas on Thursday, October 5th. We are anticipating over 225 professionals in the Dallas-Fort Worth commercial real estate community to attend. The fun networking event includes a Hole-In-One Contest with a chance to win $10,000, a Closest-to-the-Pin contest, a Silent Auction, and complimentary food and beverages.

Vogel Alcove is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help young children overcome the lasting and traumatic effects of homelessness. For the past three years, we have supported Vogel and their efforts to improve the lives in Dallas, one child at a time. Last year, we were able to raise over $20,000 for this life-changing organization.

If you would like to be a sponsor for the Colliers International TopGolf Charity Event,
please visit www.colliersgivesback.com.

For additional information regarding Vogel Alcove, click here Vogel Alcove.

Previous charitable partners include:




Local Commitments

Colliers International | Dallas-Fort Worth brokers are strongly committed to improving the communities we live in. Our brokers are actively involved in numerous civic, faith-based and non-profit organizations.

American Red Cross
The Bridge Homeless Shelter
Brother Bill's Helping Hand
Buckner Children's Home
Crystal Charity of Dallas
Big Brothers and Big Sisters
Dallas Children's Advocacy Center
Dallas Homeless Shelter
The Family Place
Habitat For Humanity
Hearts & Hammers
Hope Cottage
Make a Wish Foundation
North Texas Food Bank
The Promise House
Salvation Army of Greater Dallas
SPCA of North Texas
Trinity Commons Foundation
Union Gospel Mission
United Way
Vogel Alcove
World Vision 

Medical Research
Baylor Hospital Foundation
Children's Medical Center
Komen Race For The Cure
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
March of Dimes
Muscular Dystrophy Association
Parkland Hospital
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
Scottish Rite Hospital
St. Jude Children's Hospital
Wounded Warrior Project

Dallas Leadership Foundation
Dallas Regional Chamber
Dallas Running Club
Ducks Unlimited
Exchange Club of East Dallas
Highland Park Sports Club
Impact Dallas
The Leadership Foundation
The Salesmanship Club of Dallas
Spring Valley Athletic Association
UNT Professional Leadership Program
Upwards Basketball
White Rock Recreational Center

All Saints Catholic Community
Catholic Charities
Christ the King Church
Creekwood UMC
Fellowship Bible Church Dallas
First United Methodist Church
Highland Park Presbyterian Church
Highland Park UMC
Jewish Community Center
The Oaks Fellowship
Prestonwood Baptist Church
Reunion Church
Saint Rita Catholic Church
Watermark Community Church

Austin College
The Hockaday School
Texas A&M Alumni Association
Texas Exes, Dallas Chapter
Texas Tech University Alumni
Trinity Christian Academy

Art Conspiracy
Dallas Children's Theater
Friends of the Park
Klyde Warren Park
Main Street Garden
Plano Chamber Orchestra
Texas Ballet Theater
Turtle Creek Chorale

and many more.